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Because the Central Powers lost
WWI they were forced to sign
the Treaty of Versailles.
treaty- a document that states a
formal agreement about something.
This treaty was a document that stated
that the Central Powers, mainly Germany,
must pay for the damage done to the Allied
Powers countries during WWI.
Germany was at an all time low! They were
being forced to pay for the damages of WWI
which meant they did not have enough money
to fix the problems in their country.
The German citizens decided it was time
for a change in leadership!
Sentence Summary
Something I understood and could
explain to someone else is
_____________________.
In 1933, German citizens
elected Adolf Hitler as
their chancellor.
Hitler was a member of the political
party known as the Nazi Party.
People in Germany believed that Hitler and
the Nazi Party would help their country
recover from the hard times they were
experiencing due to the Treaty of Versailles
and the loss of WWI.
In Germany, Hitler ruled as a dictator. A
dictator is a leader of a government
that has total control over the people in
his country.
Between the time period of 1920-1940
certain dictators were gaining extreme
amounts of power in their country.
Hitler
Germany
Mussolini
Italy
Hirohito
Stalin
Soviet Union
Japan
Sentence Summary
I found out that . . .
As dictator, Hitler takes control over
the German army and secretly starts
rebuilding its forces.
In 1939, Hitler and the German army invade the
country of Poland. Hitler’s goal is to take over Europe
one country at a time. World War II had begun.
By June 1940, Hitler and his army had
swept through Europe conquering six
countries, including Denmark and
France.
Just as in WWI the United
States did not want to enter
the war.
December 7, 1941
However, Japan
drew the United
States into the
war by bombing
one of America’s
most important
naval bases,
Pearl Harbor.
WWII Alliances
Axis Powers
• Germany
• Italy
• Japan
All the Axis
Power countries
are ruled by
dictators!
The Allies
• United Kingdom
• France
• United States
• Soviet Union
3-2-1
• 3 things you learned
• 2 things you thought were interesting
• 1 question you still have
Category
Definition
Political
A political party led by
Hitler
Nazis
Examples
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Definition
Category
A World War II
alliance
Political
Axis
Italy,
Germany, and
Japan
Examples
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Definition
Category
A World War II
alliance
Political
Allies
United States,
United Kingdom,
France, and
Russia
Examples
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Major Events of
Story
• Marine Color Guard says
that the Arizona is under
attack.
• Bomb hits Arizona and
Lt. Simonson dies.
• Major Shapley and
Nightingale make it to the
beach safely and go to
the bomb shelter.
• Many soldiers are dead
and badly wounded.
• Bomb shakes ship and
catches it on fire.
• Bomb throws Nightingale
into the water.
Correct Sequence
of Events
#1 – Marine Color Guard says the
Arizona is under attack.
#2 – Bomb hits Arizona and Lt.
Simonson dies.
#3 – Bomb shakes ship and catches it
on fire.
#4 – Many soldiers are dead and badly
wounded.
#5 – Bomb throws Nightingale into the
water.
#6 – Major Shapley and Nightingale
make it to the beach safely and go to
the bomb shelter.
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Correctly Made Timeline
6 Times
6 Events (written in complete sentences)
6 Pictures (one for each event; cannot use
same picture more than one time)
Correct Sequence
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Acrostic Poem
Write the name of
one country involved
in World War II
vertically on a sheet
of paper. For each
letter, think of a
word or phrase that
sums up what we
have studied about
that particular
weapon and how it
was used.
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Winston Churchill
• Leader of the United
Kingdom
• Allies
• Prime Minister
Adolf Hitler
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Leader of Germany
Axis
Dictator
Started World War II
By Invading Poland
• Organized the
Holocaust
Benito Mussolini
• Leader of Italy
• Axis
• Dictator
Franklin D. Roosevelt
• Leader of the United
States
• Allies
• President
• President of the United
States when Pearl Harbor
was attacked by the
Japanese
• Only President to be
elected for 4 terms
• Died while serving as
President
Joseph Stalin
• Leader of the Soviet
Union
• Allies
• Dictator
Harry Truman
• Leader of the United
States
• Allies
• President
• Ordered atomic
bombs to be dropped
on Hiroshima and
Nagasaki
Passport Rubric
Topic – Major Events of World
War II
Picture – related to topic
Size of Picture
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Sentence – I drew __________,
because ______________.
Sentence Summary
_____________ and _________ are
similar in that they both
________________. They are
different in that they both
____________________.
Germany and the Axis Powers won most of
the battles in the first half of the war.
However, momentum shifted when Germany
tried to invade the Soviet Union in 1942.
Germany is defeated at Stalingrad and
the Allies are now in control.
With the Allies win at Stalingrad they
are now in control of the war. The
Allies take back control of France and
begin to advance into Germany.
By 1944, Italy drops out of the war
and now Germany is in retreat.
After Italy dropped out of
the war, Russian forces
advanced into Eastern
Europe and Germany.
Instead of facing defeat Hitler
committed suicide on April 30, 1945.
As the war was coming to an
end the United States
requested Japan to surrender.
After not responding to our
requests President Harry
Truman took other action.
In August 1945 the
United States
dropped an atomic
bomb on the city of
Hiroshima, Japan.
After the first bombing Japan still did
not surrender, so Truman dropped
another atomic bomb on Nagasaki, Japan.
The two bombings in
total killed over 200,000
Japanese citizens.
What Makes An Atomic Bomb So
Different?
Regular Bomb
•At explosion, a regular
bomb sends out
shrapnel (metal pieces
of the bomb).
Atomic Bomb
•Nuclear bomb (uses
nuclear energy)
•At explosion, an
atomic bomb sends out
shrapnel, as well as
radiation.
Radiation is waves of energy that cannot be seen or smelled.
Why is Radiation BAD?
•Can cause radiation
poisoning.
•Contaminate water and
ground.
•Cause Birth Defects
•Cause Blood Defects
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Date for Each Event
Description of Each Event
In Correct Order
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Concentric Circle Questions
1. What battle was the turning point for the Allies?
2.What Axis Power dropped out of World War II
first?
3.What Axis Power dropped out of World War II
last?
4.What was used to get Japan to surrender?
5.How is an atomic bomb different from a regular
bomb?
6.Should the United States have used the atomic
bomb on Japan?
7.Partner’s Response to Question #6
Pattern Puzzles
1. You will be given an index card.
2. Read the index card and decide
which frisbee it should be placed in.
3. Place your index card in the correct
frisbee.
Passport Rubric
Topic – End of World War II
Picture – related to topic
Size of Picture
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Sentence – I drew __________,
because ______________.
List-Group-Label
Make 5 columns on your paper. Label the columns:
Allies, Axis, Leaders, Weapons, and Important
Battle Places.
Germany
Pearl Harbor
Joseph Stalin
Normandy
Italy
United Kingdom
Adolf Hitler
Atomic Bomb
Nagasaki
France
Hiroshima
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Japan
Benito Mussolini
Soviet Union
United States
Poland
Stalingrad
List-Group-Label
Allies
Axis
United Kingdom Germany
France
Italy
Soviet Union
Japan
United States
Leaders
Weapons
Important Battle
Places
Joseph
Atomic Bomb Pearl Harbor
Stalin
Normandy
Adolf
Nagasaki
Hitler
Hiroshima
Benito
Poland
Mussolini
Franklin D.
Roosevelt
Stalingrad
Throughout the 1930s Hitler and
the Nazi party blamed the Jewish
citizens of Germany for all of the
country’s problems.
Hitler stated that true Germans
belonged to a “superior race”.
Hitler and the Nazi soldiers took
Jewish property and began to
send Jews and other inferior
people to concentration camps.
At the concentration camps the Nazi soldiers
would torture and kill millions of people in
numerous ways.
This time in history was known
as the Holocaust and it lasted
from 1930-1945.
What is Judaism?
• Beliefs: Only 1 God; Messiah
has not come
• Founder: Abraham
• Holy Book: Torah
• Religious Holidays: Passover,
Rosh Hashanah, Hanukkah
Category
Definition
The mass killing of
Jews and various others
by Hitler and the Nazis
Cultural
Holocaust
Concentration
Camps
Examples
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Sentence Summary
A question that I have about the
Holocaust is . . .
Sentence Summary
I was surprised that . . .
Picture Books T-Chart
Meaningful Symbol/
Illustration/Part
Symbol #1
Symbol #2
Symbol #3
Symbol #4
Symbol #5
What did it mean?
Why did I find it
meaningful?
Sentence Summary
An event from the book that I related
to is . . .
Picture Book Scrapbook Page
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5 Symbols/Pictures
Explanation (1 for each picture)
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Explanation
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Remembrance Quilt Piece
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Picture of Person (cut out of sheet - front)
Name (front)
Birth Date (front)
What Happened to Person? (front)
Neatness
Short Note to Person (back)
Dear ______________,
My class has been studying the Holocaust. Today I
read your biography. I feel __________________
for what the Germans did. I am amazed at
__________________. You were a
_________________ person to endure
___________________.
Sentence Summary
One thing that I learned about my
person is . . .
Passport Rubric
Topic – The Holocaust
Picture – related to topic
Size of Picture
Colored (no marker)
Sentence – I drew __________,
because ______________.
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Hitler Becomes Leader of Germany
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US Enters World War II
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Archduke Francis Ferdinand Was Assassinated
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United States Drops Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima
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Treaty of Versailles Ends World War I
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Italy & Germany Surrender
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Japan Bombs Pearl Harbor
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Japan Surrenders
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Hitler Invades Poland; United Kingdom and France Declare War on Germany
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US Drops Atomic Bomb on Nagasaki
3.
4.
Treaty of
Versailles
Ends World
War I
Hitler
Becomes
Leader of
Germany
Hitler Invades
Poland; United
Kingdom and
France
Declare War
on Germany
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
US Enters
World War
II
Italy &
Germany
Surrender
United
States Drops
Atomic Bomb
on Hiroshima
US Drops
Atomic Bomb
on Nagasaki
Japan
Surrenders
1.
2.
Archduke
Francis
Ferdinand
Was
Assassinated
5.
Japan Bombs
Pearl Harbor
3-2-1
• 3 things you learned
• 2 things you thought were interesting
• 1 question you still have
The human death toll of
WWII was estimated at about
50 million people.
Over 6 million of these deaths were Jews
that died in Hitler’s concentration camps.
When Germany lost World War II, the United
States and the Soviet Union could not agree on
the government system of the country. The
United States wanted a democratic Germany, but
the Soviet Union wanted a communist Germany.
Therefore, Germany was
split into East Germany
(communist) and West
Germany (democratic).
After the war was over an
organization called the
United Nations was formed
to try and enforce peace
throughout the world.
The United
Nations was
formed in 1945
immediately
after the war
concluded.
Passport Rubric
Topic – Results of World War II
Picture – related to topic
Size of Picture
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Sentence – I drew __________,
because ______________.
Sentence Summary
_________________ happened because
of World War II.
Two years after World War II, the United
States and other Western European
countries wanted to stop the advancement
of communism. These countries formed
the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
(NATO).
The Soviet Union retaliated by forming the
Warsaw Pact with Eastern European
countries. Like NATO, this organization
agreed to defend each other if attacked by
other countries.
The conflict between the
United States and the
Soviet Union became
known as the Cold War.
Although no fighting
actually occurred, both
countries prepared for
an attack.
Major Cold War Leaders
•Nikita Khrushchev
• Mikhail Gorbachev
1. Followed Stalin
1. Last Leader of the Soviet
Union
2. Responsible for
Cuban Missile Crisis
2. Glasnost
3. Perestroika
End of Soviet Union & the
Cold War
Due to economic and political issues, many
areas broke away from the Soviet Union to
form independent countries.
Mikhail Gorbachev
resigned as leader of the
Soviet Union. The
country no longer existed
as of December, 1991.
Due to the collapse of the
Soviet Union, the Cold
War also ended in 1991.
Category
Definition
North Atlantic Treaty
Organization – An
organization formed to
prevent the spread of
communism
Political
NATO
United States
Examples
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Category
Definition
An organization formed
to protect one another
from the members of
NATO
Political
Warsaw Pact
Soviet Union
Examples
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Category
Definition
Dangerous conflict
between the United
States and the Soviet
Union; it was not an
actual war.
Political
Cold War
Examples
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Passport Rubric
Topic – Cold War
Picture – related to topic
Size of Picture
Colored (no marker)
Sentence – I drew __________,
because ______________.
Sentence Summary
First, _______________ happened,
then _________________ happened,
and ________________ happened
last.
Wordsearch Directions
1. Choose 10 words from the screen.
2. On the back of the wordsearch, neatly write 10
clues (1 clue for each word). DO NOT WRITE
THE ANSWERS ON THE BACK OF THE
WORDSEARCH.
3. Place your words on the wordsearch. Use all
lowercase letters. You can put the words
forwards, backwards, or diagonal. MAKE SURE
THAT YOU SPELL THE WORDS CORRECTLY! DO
NOT PLACE THE WORDS IN EASY SPOTS!
4. Place random lowercase letters in the remaining
squares.
Words for the Wordsearch
Allies
Axis
Adolf Hitler
Franklin Roosevelt
Germany
Atomic Bomb
United States
United Kingdom
France
Japan
Harry Truman
Dictator
Cold War
Soviet Union
Nazis
Concentration Camps
Holocaust
NATO
Warsaw Pact
Italy
Benito Mussolini
Joseph Stalin
Hirohito
Pearl Harbor
Hiroshima
United Nations